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and a generator is blamed for a girl's death in hurricane ravaged florida. and a judge puts the bad boy of the drug industry behind bars. and the big news is president trump is florida touring the devastation left behind after hurricane irma. he landed just after 10:00 on the florida west coast. it's the third time in recent weeks he is touring recent damage. >> reporter: good afternoon we are in bonita springs, between ft. myers and naples. and president trump flew over this exact area. checking out scenes like this. this was a street and now completely flooded. >> we are going down to florida we'll see you in florida. as he did after hurricane harvey. president trump and first lady melania flying down to florida for the day. first a briefing on the massive
recovery efforts. an army on the streets hailing from 30 states and canada working around the clock. >> restoration workers which now members 20,000 is now hard at work. >> president trump comes to naples where he meets with victims and surveys the destruction. down in the florida keys rescue workers are still looking for survivors. >> thousands here in the lower keys and they need water. >> and they are lining up just one case of water per person. >> in hollywood, florida, the tragedy at a nursing home. at least eight people dead because of the lack of air conditioning. and the facility was right across the street from a major hospital. abc was there. >> the hospital is across the street why weren't they taken there? >> that is part of our
investigation. who know what when? >> and the nursing home says that an a.c lost power when the power went down. >> and president trump met with first responders and heaps praise on florida governor, rick scott. will he survey some of the worst damage in florida. >> thank you. meanwhile, a 7-year-old girl in lakeland florida. allegedly died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator and the mother had the generator running in the living room and a fan in the bedroom. she called 911 saying she was feeling dizzy. officials warn everyone using a generate only to run them outside and away from the house. >> there is new video o devastation that irma left on
tortola. virtually every billing is damaged. resident called it armageon a johnson got the first look. islow to respond to the britain disaster. >> the remnants c passover. but we won't see more than a fr. sky 6 hd looking liv at city doesn't look bad at all. david murphy is live in the weather center. >> reporter: we are light showers at the end of the rush hour and now additional showers building out to the west. there are sunny breaks but we expect to clout up at times this afternoon and the chance of a spotty pop-up shower or an isolated thunderstorm. 76 in philadelphia. 77 in wilmington and 77 in trenton and 76 in alltown and fairlyumbers acros t theport i9
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whatsed the crash is still under investigation. >> so back outlive, s investigation, the name of the victim is not released and there were initial concerns about the integrity of the road where the crash happened because the cars caught on fire but engineers tell me it's all safe now. that is the latest from here in gray hall, channel 6 "action ws pay tr late troy gentry. the country singers memorial takes place in nashville. gentry and his pilot were killed near medford airport lat week. he was half of the award winning duo montgomery gentriment he was 50 years old. and police are looking for a suspect that robbed his former neighbors in the roxborough section that he broke into a home yesterday morning. mcloughlin allegedly tied up a
75-year-old man and assaulted him and then the suspect stole car keys of the victim's 73-year-old sister sleeping in the bedroom. the victim was admitted to icu. and the bronze statue of frank rizzo was the backdrop for another protest. they spoke out about numbers of problems caused by social injustice including changes in the police force and for more state funding for education. former ceo martin shkreli is back in jail after having his bail revoked after a social media post. for paying a $500 bounty for one of hillary clinton's attached amounted to a threat. and they found him guilty of fraud for lying to investors.
today we are learning more about the student that opened fire at a school in washington state yesterday killing one and injuring three others. police say that the suspect whose identity has not been released because he is a minor showed up at freeman high school with multiple guns. three mr. students were also shot before a custodian was able to stop the gunman. students say there was signs of bad things coming. >> there were threatening things he said to me i would rather not share. >> he was handing out notes to his friends, doing something stupid that could get him killed or in jail. >> students say they told school counselors but it's not clear at this time what was done about it. the suspect is now in police
custody. >> a fire this morning at a school in malaysia claimed 23 lives most of them teenagers. investigators say the fire blocked the only route out of the dormitory. and witnesses say that the children and teachers screamed for help from behind barred windows. 14 students and teachers were rescued and 16 others were hospitalized. there is no word on the cause. the mystery into the noise attacks against american diplomats in cuba is getting more bizarre. the associated press says the incidents were confined to specific rooms or parts of those rooms laser like accuracy. one heard a noise in his bed but not a few feet away. at least 21 americans were attacked and some have permanent speech problems. a man at mcdonald's has been fired after a simple question
from a customer led to a tirade raced with racism. >> she asked for extra catchup and started to record when the worker gave her a rude gesture. >> can you spell -- >> you need to get the [ bleep ] -- that is what you need to do. >> rios wanted to prove how offensive the worker was and the owner of mcdonald's called rios to talk about the incident if person. and now they will allow labels on food to contain crushed peanuts appropriate for infants to eat. they say that eating peanuts between 7 and 7 months of age -- there is no word yet when the labels will begin appearing. more ahead on "action news"
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the wake of hurricane harvey are starting to come back down. aaa says that nationally a gallon of regular averages $2.64 down 3 cents from a week ago. locally 2 cents lower averaging $2.62. and delaware has seen an 8 cent dip down to $2.61. and if you love olive garden pasta this is your day. at 2:00 this afternoon the chain puts his never ending pasta pass on sale again. it could save you up to $1,000 for its two week run, for 200 dollars you could land a passport to italy for unending pasta and a trip to italy for two. but last year all the passes sold out in one second. >> i just saw that part.
health check this noon, a new more effective shingles vaccine is closer to doctor's offices, advisers to the fda gave approval to smith klein. four years after the injection it was still effective over those of 70 and the vaccine now on the market wayne waned over time. and retirement may imply leisure time but for a main line couple it is giving them time to develop their art of aging. >> hal robinson was a cart old gift and his wife linda, taught. retire many is filled with opportunities, full-time painting for hal and teaching for linda. >> all of my adult life i want
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free at anoro.com. meteorologist, david murphy back now with a closer look at the forecast. still involves a little bit of precip. >> could be showers or a pop-up thunderstorm later this afternoon and evening. but not all at once. stormtracker 6 live double scan shows you that following morning showers and sprinkles that came through we are into a dry period and as we take a look outside. we have sky 6 hd and not only is it dry over the ben franklin bridge we have broken out sunshine. and the sunshine and the air mass may cook up the air and turn it over a bit and make it likely for a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. 76 degrees is the current temperature and the dew point up 67 and looking at noticeable
humidity with the dew point values over the 60 degree threshold for what we consider humid air and ocean temperature 72 and wind breezy 7 miles per hour. 76 is your current temperature in allentown. 75 in reading and 76 in philadelphia. and 77 degrees in trenton, wilmington and beach haven and low 80s in atlantic city and dover. future tracker 6 the new run shows you as we go through the afternoon a chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. it likes to place stuff in the northern suburbs. and something popping south, you are getting an indication of that in the model by lewes, delaware. decent sun and spotty shower at times.
kip currents are the issue at the shore. and it's pleasant on the pord walk but stay out of the water because of the rip current danger. clouds and sun the rest of the way. a spotty shower can't be ruled out or perhaps a shower. and winds are breezy at times. for the ball game phillies trying to sweep out the marlins, mostly cloudy skies and allow for a thundershower but i think we'll get this game in. 84 for the first pitch and 70 for the 9th inning. cloudy and early thundershowers are possible. 67 is the overnight low and not going too far down in the suburbs either. probably still in the 60s. tomorrow breaks of sunshine mixing with clouds and 82 is your high and a tad warmer and still humid and the possibility of a pop-up shower here or there. hurricane jose still a category one but now slipped to tropical storm force with 70 miles per hour winds. you need to get to 74 for a
hurricane. we think that will happen probably sometime by late tomorrow or saturday morning. and then the latest track still bring this most likely as a storm well off of our coast and the spaghetti plot models suggest that and there is a chance of a shift to the west but we are confident that it trends offshore and clouds and rain but no manger impact. 80 today and humid and thundershowers are possible at times and warm and dry tomorrow. and 82. and saturday to start the weekend warm and humid and 83 and a shower here and there. partly sunny and dry on sunday and 83. the best chance of showers is in the afternoon. clouds and sun and 81 and as we get into the tuesday we think that is the day that the clouds will increase on the account of jose up the coast and rain is possible and that depends on the track. and damp and unsettled as the clouds are around and the storm
are not gone and a front from the west that interacts with the situation. in any event we hope for a miss on that one. >> hopefully. crayola officially named the newest crayon. the new shade of blue replaced dandelion yellow, the name blueful, beat outreach for the stars and star spangled blue. the summer long process attracted 90,000 entries. still ahead a quick break and we'll be right back.
"action news" at 12:30 continues with rick williams, sara bloomquist and david murphy. >> here are the stories we are following for you. president trump arrived in florida to get an up close look at the cleanup process following hurricane irma and the damage done to homes and businesses there. also a deadly accident on a busy interstate in delaware causes commuter delays for hours. and the famous wall street bull in new york city is struck by vandals. >> now the details. president trump is in florida right now meeting with victims of hurricane irma hearing first hand from the people affected by the storm. this is his third trip to damaged areas following